Amanda L. Brosy is admitted to the New York and Connecticut Bars. Ms. Brosy received her J.D. from Quinnipiac University School of Law, where she was a Publications Editor for the Law Review, and a B.A. from Lafayette College. She is a member of the New York State Bar Association, Connecticut Bar Association, and the Westchester County Bar Association.
Ms. Brosy focuses her practice on municipal, land use and environmental law. For her municipal clients, Ms. Brosy assists with a variety of issues including drafting comprehensive code edits, contract drafting and negotiation, and advising land use boards. Ms. Brosy has the primary responsibility for the firm’s representation of the land use boards of the Village of Larchmont and the Village of Ossining.
Ms. Brosy also represents developers, institutions, and property owners in obtaining the necessary local and state-level land use and environmental permits and approvals.
Before joining McCullough, Goldberger & Staudt, Ms. Brosy practiced environmental, land use, and municipal law at a large Connecticut law firm.
Ms. Brosy is a resident of Stamford, CT.